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Obey
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10/09/08 03:08 PM
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Obey
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I don't think many people reading this article will gain any knowledge about the issues regarding working for large organizations versus smaller startups that they didn't already have.
Or maybe that's not the point of the article and I'm just disappointed because I was expecting too much.

mark Gilbert
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Thanks for the feedback,,,The article is to explain perhaps the obvious. The issue most presented to me in conversation is the decision to change from a big company to small. And while the information may seem obvious, for so many it is the turning point in thier decision to change. This is what I try to get people to consider most of all, afterall if being more meaningful can make someone leave the mothership, then I have presented a substantial point of view.

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I think you have only touched the tip of the iceberg. What draws some engineers to do startup after startup is so much more than just money. Money is important, but the whole lifestyle of a start up is completely different. The company becomes your life, you work because you love what you are doing, You work, eat and party with your coworkers.
A large or even a medium size company is completely different. You work your 8 hours and go home, a few times a year you have group lunches, summer party or a christmas party. Work is then only a small part of your life style.
Typically I see startups for younger and single engineers. A startup is really rough on a family.
For me it was the hours and the trama of a failing business. After a few trys the big companies look so much better.


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